Friday, July 25, 2014

Special review from 12/09: The Body in the Bonfire

This book was a quick and easy read with most culinary-themed cozies. For the 12th installment in the Faith Fairchild series, The Body in the Belfry dealt with suspense and drama. Faith Fairchild, a caterer and minister's wife, had accepted a position to teach a cooking class at a private school for boys. Racism, death threats and two murders were added to the pot. We watched how Faith figured out the culprit, when she'd gotten closer to the truth behind the prejudices in the academy, someone sabotaged her kitchen. She discovered about the lurking evil presence in the school, when it was centered in Massachusetts with cooking tips for this enjoyable mystery. 

For Katherine Hall Page's cozy series, it had a mix of culinary and cooking delights with a hint of inspirational fiction. I loved the New England series in Boston. This one took place at a cooking class at a prep school. I thought that was dealt with a nice twist. The Fairchilds were a delightful and amusing family with good-natured friends. I didn't like what was going on at the school and who was doing it.

Ready to get cooking with this charming cozy!

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